Juventus have joined the race for the signature of Paris Saint-Germain superstar Neymar, with a high-profile swap deal being discussed, according to reports in Brazil.
Real and Barca are said to have been in negotiations with PSG over the past two weeks, but with the transfer window deadline nearing - neither side have reached an agreement.
The LaLiga giants are believed to have seen two bids rejected each, while the Ligue 1 champions reportedly informed the Blaugrana that a loan deal proposal will not be entertained.
Now, according to GlobeSporte, Juve are ready to pounce on the 26-year-old forward who's become desperate to leave the French capital.
The report claims PSG are believed to see out of favour Paulo Dybala as the perfect replacement for Neymar and they wanted to reach out to the Italian giants to strike a completely separate deal for the Argentine.
Spanish new outlet AS also reported a family member of Neymar has confirmed a bid of around €100m plus Dybala has been made.
"Madrid have not got fully involved in the signing because Leonardo's expectations are too high," the source told AS. "And as it stands, Barcelona are totally out of the race."
Juve are said to be attempting to offload Mario Mandzukic, Blaise Matuidi and Daniele Rugani who are said to be surplus to requirements - to raise the required €100m.